Dataset [Database], Product code: bd_9a_l_form, updated on 27-Jun-2012

Dataset [Database], Product code: bd_9e_l_form, updated on 12-Jan-2012

Dataset [Database], Product code: bd_9b_size_cl, updated on 27-Jun-2012

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-HA-12-001-02, published on 11-Oct-2012

  regions in 2010; net migration has counter- balanced these negative developments in some regions such that the overall population of the EU-27 continues to grow. Demographic change in the EU will be of considerable im- portance in the coming decades as consistently low birth rates and increasing life

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-12-004, published on 20-Mar-2012

by mutual agreement. In the annual total of children affected by parental divorce was (an average of children per divorced couple), thereof children under years of age. Fertility The annual number of live births in Austria in was an increase of compared with Total fertility rate (TFR) increased to Over

News releases , Product code: 1-28112012-AP, published on 28-Nov-2012

The fertility rate in the world averaged births per woman over the period The average for the EU was births, below the population replacement rate of Among the non-EU G-20 countries, Saudi Arabia India and South Africa had the highest rates; Japan and South Korea (both and Russia the lowest

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KE-ET-10-001, published on 03-Feb-2012

. Total fertility rate and mean age of women at childbirth in EU-27, I.2.4. Fertility rate differences and 'tempo' adjustment I.3.1. Life expectancy at birth by sex, and I.3.2. Life expectancy at age by sex, and I.3.3. Life expectancy in EU-27 by age and sex, I.3.4. Distribution of gains in life

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-30-12-861, published on 28-Nov-2012

/eurostat/product?code=demo_find&mode=view The EU in the world a statistical portrait Population Table Birth, fertility and death rates, annual averages for July to June Crude birth rate (per population) Fertility rate (births per woman) Crude death rate (per population) EU‑27 Argentina Australia Brazil

Compact guides and catalogues , Product code: KS-31-11-340, published on 16-Mar-2012

OF CHARGE on the Eurostat website: Total fertility rate: the average number of children that would be born to a woman during her lifetime if she were to pass through her childbearing years conforming to the average fertility rates of each year. Life expectancy at birth

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-HA-12-001, published on 11-Oct-2012

as consistently low birth rates and increasing life expectancy will be reflected in an older age structure of the population, a pattern which is al- ready apparent in several regions. Main statistical findings Population size and density The population of the EU-27  broke through the threshold of 500

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-GM-12-001, published on 03-Jul-2012

increase of 1Demography Pocketbook on the enlargement countries Crude birth rates higher then crude death rates in most countries A crude rate of natural increase can be calculated by subtracting the crude death rate from the crude birth rate, with a positive result showing that the size